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Blues GM Doug Armstrong To ‘Bull Gang’: “Do Your ‘Bleeping’ Job!”

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St. Louis Blues fans better hope that the Blues players aren’t as tense as their General manager Doug Armstrong in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final in Boston Wednesday.

The Blues were scheduled to practice at 1:30 PM, about an hour after the Boston Bruins, exited the TD Garden ice, and apparently, the ice wasn’t quite ready to go on time for the visitors. According to TSN Analyst Dareen Dreger and Frank Cusumano of KSDK in St. Louis, Armstrong lashed out on the TD Garden ice crew – affectionately known as ‘The Bull Gang’ here in Boston – telling them to “Do your ‘bleeping’ jobs!”

 

 

Following three tweets reporting on the incident, Armstrong reportedly came back and apologized.

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Shawn

The incident happened at 1:17 and the ice was ready by their scheduled time of 1:30

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